2 allegedly stole, sold camera, bag
HUGHESVILLE - Two people face theft-related charges in connection camera equipment that was stolen from Laura Christina Atkinson's home at 154 Boak Ave. in Wolf Township overnight July 15, according to state police.
After 26-year-old Jeremy Roy Green, of 189 Wilson Road, allegedly stole the items, he conspired with Taylor Marie Dettrey, also 26, of Shamokin, in selling Atkinson's camera and a camera bag to a second-hand store in Williamsport, police said.
Green has been charged with theft, theft by deception and receiving stolen property while Dettrey has been charged with conspiracy to commit theft by deception. The two have been arraigned before District Judge Jon E. Kemp and released on $5,000 bail each.
Man allegedly stole electronics
Joseph Bryan Harris, 20, of 702 Second St., faces theft-related charges for allegedly stealing an $800 iPad, $200 iPhone and a $175 GPS unit from a woman's car in the 300 block of Warren Street in Fairfield Township on Aug. 24, according to state police.
Harris then sold the stolen iPad to ecoATM at the Lycoming Mall, police said. The identity of the car's owner was not listed in court papers.
Following his recent arraignment before District Judge Jon E. Kemp on charges of theft from motor vehicle, theft and receiving stolen property, Harris remains jailed in the Lycoming County Prison in lieu of $50,000 bail.
City man charged with theft
Nathaniel Robinson Jr., 56, of 2511 Linn St., has been charged with felony theft by deception for allegedly cashing a fraudulent $2,900 check at United Check Cashing, 451 Hepburn St., on Aug. 31, city police said.
Following his arraignment last week before District Judge James Carn, he was released on $8,500 bail.
Woman faces fraud charges
A California woman captured by West Virginia state police in a stolen car in mid-August has been brought back here to face two felony access device fraud charges for allegedly using an invalid credit card to obtain a $5,000 check, according to Montoursville police.
Police allege Frances Angela Nevarez, 37, of Citrus Heights, is accused of using the fraudulent credit card at the Jersey Shore State Bank, 820 Broad St., on Aug. 1, police said.
At her recent arraignment, District Judge James Carn asked her if she lived at the address listed on the criminal complaint.
"Yes, when not in jail," Nevarez responded.
She was committed to the Lycoming County Prison in lieu of $12,500 bail.